Hurricane season and spooky season collided this week resulting in low temperatures, heavy rain and scary movie releases. While tropical storm Michael wreaked havoc on the roads, we stayed busy grabbing you all news you might have missed last week.
Heavy rain prompted flooding on the ramps surrounding the Gateway Project. Head over to WYFF4 to see more details.
Not only did the storm flood ramps, but it also caused many Greenville County roads to close. The Greenville News covered everything that went down after the city-wide flash flood warning.
WSPA covered more details on the reopening of the ramps and lanes shut down from the hurricane. Check to see what they reported on here.
Elizabeth LaFleur from the Greenville News sat down and answered all the Roper Mountain/Gateway related questions you might have. Go read the interview here.
Our super cool friends at Serendipity Labs are hard to keep out of the news. The innovative new workspace was featured by Greenville on the Rise, read about them!
Law enforcement officers will be treated to a free meal by Bravo1 Protection during this year’s Fall for Greenville. Check out the full release on UpstateBiz.
Been on the hunt for the perfect pumpkin to put on your front porch? Well look no further; The Holy Cross Pumpkin Patch officially opened this weekend! Living Upstate has the full story on just how many pumpkins you get to choose from
If you’re interested in facing your fears this October, go get locked in a horror themed escape room at Escape Artist of Greenville. The newest room is their “scariest yet,” but don’t take our word for it. Go read about it on Upstate Biz.
Got film? Reedy Reels is still taking submissions for this year’s Reedy Reels Film Festival. Don’t have film? Don’t let that stop you from purchasing a ticket! Head on over to their website for information on film submission and general admission ticket sales.
Art lovers, listen up. Contemporary Print Collective will be hosting their annual Print Fair this October, filled with some of the Upstate’s most talented printmakers. To get more information on the event, go to the Clutch.